House price index and OOH PI

HPI - Total
3rd Quarter 2022
229.54
Gone up +12.8 % compared to 3rd Quarter 2021
HPI - Existing Dwellings
3rd Quarter 2022
235.42
Gone up +12.0 % compared to 3rd Quarter 2021
HPI - New dwellings
3rd Quarter 2022
208.32
Gone up +14.7 % compared to 3rd Quarter 2021

The house price index (HPI) tracks the price development of residential properties (single-family houses, semi-detached houses, terraced houses and flats) for which a private household acts as buyer. The data used for this purpose comes from the purchase contracts sourced from the land register. In addition to the overall index, a distinction is made between new and existing dwellings and between existing houses and flats. The index serves as an important European indicator of economic development and the business cycle.

The owner occupied housing price index (OOH PI) is a measure of the price changes of goods and services associated with owning and maintaining dwellings for one's own use and is intended to complement the harmonised consumer price index (HICP), which currently only includes costs associated with renting. The legal basis for the compilation of the HPI and the OOH PI are national (BGBLA 2019 II 177) and European regulations (2016/792 and 2020/1148).

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, House Price Index. Created on 22 December 2022

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, House Price Index. Created on 23 June 2022

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, House Price Index. Created on 23 June 2022

Date PDF download
2022-09-23 file Residential property prices increased by 13.5 % in the first half of 2022
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2022-05-25 file 39% of all owned houses and dwellings repaid loans 2021
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2022-03-24 file House Price Index rose by 12.3% in 2021
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